I recently had the pleasure of visiting Binbrook Conservation Area for a Mud Run.
I read up on the location before arriving with my Husband and toddler son in tow to be sure there was plenty for them to do.
Loaded with walking/hiking trails and a beautiful lake Binbrook Conservation is the summer place to be.
Camping, bbq’ing, picnicking and even Tree Top Trekking are just some of the activities available.
Not to mention the waterpark ON THE LAKE!
And an actual playground on land.
Fun fact: Binbrook Conservation Area has little light pollution offering you a chance to see the Northern Lights and the Milky Way.
Be sure to check it out!
Binbrook Conservation Area
5050 Harrison Road Binbrook, Ontario L0R 1C0
Monday to Sunday
8AM – 8PM
Starting Victoria Day Weekend.
See webpage for varying rates
Season Pass Information
Experience Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority with a Natureplus Pass
$100 +HST— A great value for regular Conservation Area visitors!
Unlimited visiting access to:
Always free access:
Passes are valid for daily admission for one vehicle and all of its occupants on all NPCA properties.
Passes are subject to the posted operating season of each area.
Passes are valid for one calendar year. (Binbrook’s season runs May 1st to Thanksgiving Monday)
Passes that are lost or stolen can be replaced for a fee of $20.
Passes will not be accepted for special events.
Passes are not transferable.